Rain Tanks

Store your rainwater for year-round irrigation or indoor use.

Our project managers will work with you to select the right tank to match the size of your roof and your landscape and water supply needs. Rain tanks are your ideal solution for longer-term rain storage needs to irrigate vegetable gardens, fruit trees, and more throughout the year.

All of our rain tank installations provide you with these recommended best practices: all potable-grade materials, leaf diverter, 1st flush pre-filtration, full port valves, and overflow directed to infiltration basin with protective cover. Rain tanks can be easily integrated with Rain Gardens, Urban Orchards, or a Sonoran Food Forest to create a complete landscape transformation.

Begin your landscape transformation today. Request our design and project manager services here.

Home Design Staff

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Lincoln Perino
Lincoln Perino
Water Harvesting Project Manager and Designer

Lincoln Perino specializes in implementing landscape projects to manage water from roofs, through the neighborhoods and into our streams. He has over 10 years of experience implementing rainwater harvesting in the urban environment and seven years restoring active streams and wetlands throughout the Southwest. Lincoln is easily at home designing, implementing, or troubleshooting residential and commercial rainwater and greywater harvesting projects including pump-based systems to operating heavy equipment to implement large-scale riparian restoration projects.

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Emma Stahl-Wert
Emma Stahl-Wert
Co-op Program Manager

Emma spent her first 21 years on the East Coast, but the last 7 have been dedicated entirely to becoming deeply familiar with the plants and climate of this region. With a Permaculture Design Certification from the Sonoran Permaculture Guild and years of experience installing water harvesting landscapes at countless Tucsonan's homes, she has developed a desert oasis aesthetic and does not miss her temperate home's flora one bit. Combining water harvesting, to grow as much shade as possible, with striking cactus plantings and rockwork that highlight our unique desert flora, is her favorite approach. Her design work is typically geared towards the client who will be installing landscapes through the Co-op program OR doing a DIY project.